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My Love Hate Affair With High Heels

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My Love Hate Affair With High Heels

My Love/Hate Affair With High Heels


Throughout history, shoes, especially high heels, have played a key role in women’s fashion.


Maybe you’ve heard of women who have shoe collections that number in the 100’s or even 1000’s of pairs. Have you ever wondered what is at the heart of this shoe ‘thing’ that women have?


Curious me, who has my own history of wearing high heels, set out to uncover and understand what the real scoop is on women and their shoes. I began by looking more closely at what is at the root of women’s obsession with collecting shoes. After all, you don’t have to look too far to find well-known women who love their shoes. Think Imelda Marcos, Oprah and Sex and the City fashionista Carrie Bradshaw, to name a few. What I discovered about high heels was eye-opening and some of it was surprising.


As it turns out, wearing high heels makes women feel good about themselves. Not to mention that high heels certainly do give women a long and slender look. Add to that, that men seem to love women in high heels too! But there ends up being very good reasons for all of this.


There are some interesting connections between our brains, sex and high heels. Curious? To read “My Love/Hate Affair With High Heels” and find out all about the good, and sorry ladies but there is also a not-so-good side of high heels, it’s here:




Beverley Golden


Beverley Golden is a writer, raconteur, peacenik and self-professed guinea pig, who loves testing unconventional ways to shift paradigms in the playing fields of health care, storytelling and world peace. She courageously uncovers the humour in life’s crazy situations, offering hope, while promoting inner wisdom through the written word. “Trust your intuition even when no one else sees your point of view” is her signature mantra.


Confessions of a Middle-Aged Hippie, her first book, bursts with anecdotes from her years in the entertainment industry, coupled with her stories of survival from a life lived with health issues. Her passion is turning the “impossible” into the possible and her often thought-provoking observations can be found on the Huffington Post, among others.


Beverley lives in Toronto, Canada. Visit her on:

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